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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by aaronmach1, Sep 9, 2011.

  1. aaronmach1

    aaronmach1 Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    Well 5 minutes after i got my bionic i dropped it about 4 feet onto cement! :mad::mad::mad: I looked down and saw 3 peices, battery screeen battery cover. SHIAT!!!!! put battery back in cover on and turned it on and have not seen any problems at al!:) All i did notice was a little ding in the bottom left corner where it hit by the menu soft touch key. I was glad i got insurance though i thought i was gonna need it!
     



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  2. Vehtemas

    Vehtemas Android Expert

    Nightmare!!!
     
  3. sx4dude2013

    sx4dude2013 Android Expert

    cement and 4 feet! OMG.
    I never leave without a case, glad VZW had the otterbox :)
     
  4. aaronmach1

    aaronmach1 Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    i was suprized, it doesnt look that durable but im a witness it may be a little stronger than i thought at first.:D
     
  5. sx4dude2013

    sx4dude2013 Android Expert

    Im sorry you dropped it but im glad to hear it did fairly well :)
     
  6. HotDawg

    HotDawg Android Enthusiast

    Ouch! Glad it's okay.

    I can't find a case I like yet. Seems as though there aren't many out.
     
  7. tishyrae

    tishyrae Member

    I agree...but I am scared to move around much with this BEAST! It is hard to get a good hand on it. I have to get a case soon!!!!:D

     
  8. HotDawg

    HotDawg Android Enthusiast

    I just bought a cheapie Amazon any-gadget pouch to hold me over until Sena puts out.
     
  9. Vehtemas

    Vehtemas Android Expert


    I'm actually tempted to pickup the extended battery due to the extra weight and grip on the back.

    I imagine I'll be able to grip the edges better with the extended battery.
     
  10. New Rising

    New Rising Android Enthusiast

    I got insurance on it because there's no case or screen proctectors that I've seen yet. I'm probably going to have it naked for a month or two before I get a case or something. So if I drop it or what not I'm protected.
     
  11. aaronmach1

    aaronmach1 Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    guys is this screen the same as the og droid 1? gorrila glass?
     
  12. Vehtemas

    Vehtemas Android Expert

    Yes.
     
  13. aaronmach1

    aaronmach1 Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    good! i will not be puting a screen protector on then. original droid still looks good and didnt have one.
     
  14. There are 3 Otterbox cases for it. Mine is on its way. I'll never have another phone without an Otterbox case.
     
  15. Vihzel

    Vihzel Destroying Balls Everyday

    I think all phone makers should go with Gorilla Glass. It definitely has the best reputation and works incredibly well. Never again will I use plastic screens or glass that other makers make to appear as better than Gorilla Glass.
     
  16. brkshr

    brkshr Newbie

    My OG Droid and Droid X have been dropped many, many times and have always worked perfectly. No cases or screen protectors ever. The screens still look flawless, but you can definitely see metal through the paint all around the chassis. The OG Droid looks like it has been to war, but works perfectly. I expect the Bionic to have this same build quality. Not freaking out every time my phone drops is awesome. I don't even pick it up right away most of the time, because I know it's fine.

    On a side note, I had the Incredible for a little while and broke 2 of them from short falls right away. HTC's lack of build quality and the fact that the battery only lasts a couple hours, will keep me away from HTC for a very long time.
     
  17. biker128pedal

    biker128pedal Member

    There is an Otterbox case? :thinking:
     
  18. breadnatty08

    breadnatty08 pain rustique

    I'm starting to get a little nervous. My OG Droid too many drops, often on concrete pulling off the battery door and battery. Never had a scratch. My wife dropped our Galaxy Tab 10.1, which supposedly has gorilla glass, about 3 feet above our wood flooring and it destroyed the glass. I don't know if Moto has something different, but I'm pretty confident with this beast.
     
  19. sx4dude2013

    sx4dude2013 Android Expert


    Yes. The defender and commuter!!!
     
  20. DanDroide

    DanDroide Android Enthusiast

    I dropped mine twice. Once was on my lap getting out if car, low Honda onto payment and once on my lap getting out of chair in house, tile floor.

    NO WORRIES ...I have the shell case holster combo (with extended battery) and not a nick or scratch. I do have insurance and I am being more careful :)
     
  21. thetingster

    thetingster Android Enthusiast

    Dropped mine last night while jogging. Bionic landed on pavement. Ding on the corner, battery cover wont stay closed. Insurance applied, thank goodness. Otterbox has been ordered. ;-)
     
  22. HotDawg

    HotDawg Android Enthusiast


    Glass is funny stuff- it depends on the angle at which it hits - or something hits it, the thickness of the glass, temperature, etc.

    I'll bet the Tab hit on it's corner (juuuuust right)
    And because the screen is larger it's much more fragile than the Bionic. Although, I think the OGDroid was probably even safer, being smaller yet.

    Gorilla glass is impact and scratch resistant, not -proof. No screen protector for me.
     
  23. mobile1

    mobile1 Member

    I shattered the Gorilla Glass today on my HTC Thunderbolt. No insurance. :(

    Got a new Bionic now. (My toy money for a new Gen 4 Glock is gone though..)

    I did get an OtterBox. Not sure how you stand it using it. I like my phones naked.
     
  24. tehsusenoh

    tehsusenoh Android Expert

    My dad bent over to pick something up, and his crap-tastic Costco Bionic case opened up, and his precious dropped 4 feet from his waist. No damage whatsoever!
     
  25. welbinator

    welbinator Android Enthusiast

    you're imagination is spot on. This phone feels much better with the extended battery.
     

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